Supporter Spotlight On: Riemer & Braunstein

For more than two decades, the law firm of Riemer & Braunstein has been a steadfast supporter of Bay Cove and the work that we do. Their dedication to Bay Cove has made them one of our longest-standing and most valuable corporate sponsors.

“Riemer & Braunstein is an exceptionally community-minded law firm,” says David Hirschberg, Bay Cove’s Vice President of Development. “And, true to that philosophy, they have long been, and continue to be, an integral part of the Bay Cove community.”

The firm has served as one of the key sponsors of our George C. Cutler Memorial Golf Tournament since its inception 24 years ago. (The 2019 tournament took place September 17 at the Myopia Hunt Club, and raised more than $100,000 in support of our Center House programs for individuals with psychiatric and/or developmental disabilities.) Managing Partner Steve Weinstein was one of the founders of the Cutler tournament, and continues to serve as the event chair today.

Steve is also a member of Bay Cove’s Board of Advocates, and in addition to their involvement with the Cutler tournament, Riemer & Braunstein has been a major sponsor of our annual Changing Lives Gala. They have also provided Bay Cove with a range of volunteer support, and have been instrumental in spreading awareness about our agency to their professional colleagues, which has helped expand Bay Cove’s donor base.

The firm’s dedication to giving back to their community encompasses a broad spectrum of worthy organizations that Riemer & Braunstein and their attorneys support, including organizations focused on preventative health, the interests of children, education, and the arts. Because of these efforts, Riemer & Braunstein has been recognized in each of the past 14 years as one of Greater Boston’s largest corporate charitable contributors by the Boston Business Journal.

We are profoundly grateful to our friends at Riemer & Braunstein for their enduring commitment to Bay Cove! To learn more about them, please visit their website at

Josh Wardrop